Surprise and disappointment at <I>MJA</i> editor's departure
In this year’s Medical Publishers Association survey released last week the MJA recorded an increase of 8.4% in average issue readership, believed to be the highest ever annual jump for the journal.
Dr Katelaris, a GP, spent only 18 months in the role, overseeing a major redesign and introducing new elements to the publication.
MJA content review committee member, Professor Tim Usherwood, said the committee believed Dr Katelaris “had been performing to a very high standard and we had been very impressed with what she’d done”.
“We were surprised at